J. Scott Jordan
J. Scott Jordan
Professor of Psychology, Illinois State University
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Action coordination in groups and individuals: learning anticipatory control.
G Knoblich, JS Jordan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 29 (5), 1006, 2003
Intercorporeality: Emerging socialities in interaction
C Meyer, J Streeck, JS Jordan
Oxford University Press, 2017
The role of perception in the mislocalization of the final position of a moving target.
D Kerzel, JS Jordan, J Müsseler
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 27 (4), 829, 2001
Recasting Dewey’s critique of the reflex-arc concept via a theory of anticipatory consciousness: Implications for theories of perception
JS Jordan
New ideas in Psychology 16 (3), 165-187, 1998
The wild ways of conscious will: What we do, how we do it, and why it has meaning
JS Jordan
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 574, 2013
False memory in a short-term memory task
JH Coane, DM McBride, BA Raulerson III, JS Jordan
Experimental Psychology 54 (1), 62-70, 2007
Projection and anticipation: The forward-looking nature of embodied communication
J Streeck, JS Jordan
Discourse processes 46 (2-3), 93-102, 2009
Embodied anticipation: A neurodevelopmental interpretation
M Kinsbourne, JS Jordan
Discourse Processes 46 (2-3), 103-126, 2009
Forward-looking aspects of perception–action coupling as a basis for embodied communication
JS Jordan
Discourse Processes 46 (2-3), 127-144, 2009
Action planning affects spatial localization
JS Jordan, S Stork, L Knuf, D Kerzel, J Müsseler
Attention and performance XIX: Common mechanisms in perception and action …, 2002
Learned patterns of action-effect anticipation contribute to the spatial displacement of continuously moving stimuli.
JS Jordan, M Hunsinger
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 34 (1), 113, 2008
The mirror system and joint action
G Knoblich, S Jordan
Mirror neurons and the evolution of brain and language, 115-124, 2002
Spatial perception and control
JS Jordan, G Knoblich
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 11, 54-59, 2004
Emergence of self and other in perception and action: an event-control approach
JS Jordan
Consciousness and Cognition 12 (4), 633-646, 2003
Wild agency: nested intentionalities in cognitive neuroscience and archaeology
JS Jordan
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
The phantom array: a perisaccadic illusion of visual direction
WA Hershberger, JS Jordan
The Psychological Record 48, 21-32, 1998
Communication as a dynamical self-sustaining system: The importance of time-scales and nested context
J Streeck, J Scott Jordan
Communication Theory 19 (4), 445-464, 2009
Event‐related brain potentials in a varied‐set memory search task: A reconsideration
BI Kotchoubey, JS Jordan, B Grözinger, KP Westphal, HH Kornhuber
Psychophysiology 33 (5), 530-540, 1996
(Proto-) consciousness as a contextually emergent property of self-sustaining systems
JS Jordan, M Ghin
Mind and Matter 4 (1), 45-68, 2006
Perceptually walking in another’s shoes: Goals and memories constrain spatial perception
DW Vinson, JS Jordan, AM Hund
Psychological Research 81, 66-74, 2017
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